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Climate consequences?
« on: January 21, 2012, 05:00:18 pm »
If we are going to live out in the nature, we need to learn about several stuffs

like the climate. The climate is changing, and we need to know the consequences

Because our children's need to face the future on Earth. About 100 years, the climate is probably very hard

And what will happen if some time it will be hard to breath on Earth?


Is it that we maybe must lay down the project? If this happens in the future?


This is possible of what will happen around year 2100(made by National Geographic):


or this can happen in 2100:



Somebody here remember the 2003 heat wave in Europe?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2003_European_heat_wave
« Last Edit: January 21, 2012, 05:05:28 pm by Tsanten Eywa 'eveng »

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Re: Climate consequences?
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2012, 06:34:26 pm »
 I think that one of the most important things that we can do, is act as a springboard for public pressure on people in government to enact changes, for the education of the public at large to educate the unknowing masses, so that our numbers increase greatly, and then we put intense pressure on the Governments, and corporations to act in an environmentally responsible way.
 When we have sufficient numbers, then nationwide strikes, and total boycotts of the companies that continue to rape the Earth, and enslave developing peoples, will, in a matter of months,  bring evil corporations to their knees, and Governments to obey the will of the people.
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Re: Climate consequences?
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2012, 03:05:32 pm »
I think that one of the most important things that we can do, is act as a springboard for public pressure on people in government to enact changes, for the education of the public at large to educate the unknowing masses, so that our numbers increase greatly, and then we put intense pressure on the Governments, and corporations to act in an environmentally responsible way.
 When we have sufficient numbers, then nationwide strikes, and total boycotts of the companies that continue to rape the Earth, and enslave developing peoples, will, in a matter of months,  bring evil corporations to their knees, and Governments to obey the will of the people.
Niri Te

You seem extremely radical. I know there are issues with companies who are pretty inhumane, but this looks like acting without thinking seriously on the impact you want your actions may have.


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Re: Climate consequences?
« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2012, 09:35:57 pm »
You seem extremely radical. I know there are issues with companies who are pretty inhumane, but this looks like acting without thinking seriously on the impact you want your actions may have.

Trust me, there are groups of us that have thought long and hard about it. This is the way most of us in these groups have thought from the early days of "EARTH FIRST".
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Re: Climate consequences?
« Reply #4 on: January 24, 2012, 07:03:20 am »
As you want, but I am not convinced at all. In such extreme wills of going against all kinds of corporations because they are supposedly all corrupt and inhumane and claiming massive strikes to destroy the system, then consider that this will never succeed, and would affect the lives of people who have not asked for anything except having a normal life. This would result in so much mess and nonsense actions the situation would be even worse and your goal would be completely missed by lack of discernment and judgment.

Not everything is corrupt and bad. We are not living in bad times. Issues can't be solved by taking a gun and shooting everywhere without distinction hoping it would solve all issues magically. And I thought to participate in such project for me and the group as a great experience to live, but I was not thinking of a political act. And I am pretty sure this is the same for many people here.

Although I would like to act sensibly against environmental issues and have a more responsible and Eco-conscious way of life (I have evolved on that side), I would also not bite the hand that fed me during all those years, and that still feed me today.

Just my opinion, no offense.


 

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